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What Are My Legal Rights After a Car Accident in North Atlanta?

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A car accident can be traumatic. It is easy to forget your rights while dealing with the injuries and stress caused by the accident. It is also possible to forget your rights and fall for the tricks of insurance companies to protect your interests. Our North Atlanta car accident lawyers will provide information about the rights of victims…

Beyond Texting: Understanding Georgia’s Distracted Driving Laws

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Texting and driving is a topic constantly discussed in Georgia and across the nation. In 2013, distracted driving caused 10 percent of fatal crashes and 16 percent of car accidents nationwide.  A total of 3,154 people were killed in car accidents caused by a distracted driver that same year. With numbers like these, it is…

Disability Benefits

You have suffered an injury at work through no negligent or malicious fault of your own. You have informed your employer of your injury, you have sought medical treatment and are following the advice and instruction of your approved physician, you have filed your claim with the State Board of Workers’ Compensation, what should you…

Georgia’s Statute of Limitations

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After suffering a personal injury, many experience the feeling of being overwhelmed. This feeling is natural. Injuries often impact one’s day-to-day activities as well as challenge time management due to added responsibilities such as making follow up phone calls and doctor’s appointments. The attorneys at 1Georgia Injury Lawyers, PLLC realize that you may need time…

Employers Who Are Required to Carry Workers’ Compensation Coverage

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Employers who have three or more full-time and/or part-time regular employees are required to carry workers’ compensation, which is available to you the day you begin work. How Do I Verify That My Employer Is Covered? You may verify that your employer is covered by calling the State Board of Workers’ Compensation at (404) 656.3692,…

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